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Birding In Central India

The geography of India is extremely diverse, with landscape ranging from snow-capped mountain ranges to deserts, plains, rainforests, hills and plateaus. Few indian Regions are more interesting and attractive than Central India, as its name implies lies in the heart of India. Cultural heritage along with the wildlife at Central India is amagizing. A good part of this region is forested, offering a unique & exciting panorama of wildlife at the national parks like Kanha, Bandhavgarh & Shivpuri. Much of the central india is seperated by Western and eastern ghats and taken by Deccan Plateau providing the tipical moonsoonal rain between june and October. One can have a look at the wild animals such as sambar, muntjac, wild boar, nilgai, chinkara, jackle, jungle cat, ruddy, sloth bear, black napped hare, indian fox, Olive Ridleys turtle etc. Not only the wild animals one can see Greater & Lesser Flamingos, Bar headed Goose, greater Sand billed Pelican, greater & Falcated Duck, Asian Dowitcher, Black tailed Godwit, Grey Lag Goose, Ruddy Shelduck, Spot Billed duck, cotton pygmy goose etc. IBT have tried to list the few birding destination of central india which are listed below:-

Bandhavgarh national park lacted in the Vindha Mountain Range of Central india. The national; park is urrounded by ancient hill which used to be ruled by

Chilka Lake
Located at indian East coast, Chilka lake is one of the most important wetlands in Asian. this enoromous blakish water lagoon covers the area of 800 sq. kms to

Mumbai (Elephanta Isand)
The bustling city of mumbai is the financial capital of india. There are couple of spots in and around Mumbai which are worth exploring. Such as Sanjay Gandhi

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